First-year head coach Amy Hoss commended her team for playing tough and gaining experience against larger division schools
“We did well,” she said. “We are getting better each game during our preseason.

The Mount Shasta Lady Bears varsity volleyball team had a solid showing against tough competition at a tournament at Hamilton High School Friday and Saturday. First-year head coach Amy Hoss commended her team for playing tough and gaining experience against larger division schools
“We did well,” she said. “We are getting better each  game during our preseason.”
While there are only nine team members this year, including two seniors, four sophomores and three juniors,  Hoss said  that the girls are working well as a team, which is encouraging to see.
“I think we have a lot of potential,” she said.
Mount Shasta was 5-6 overall after the Hamilton tourney.
Friday, Mount Shasta lost to Paradise 25-17, 25-16.  Isabel Knight had four kills,  Maddy Bourke finished with two kills, three aces, and two digs, Natalie Grafton had four aces and seven assists.
The Bears fell to Gridley in three sets 27-25, 26-24, 16-14. Yuki Cannon had five kills and three blocks  Knight finished with two kills and 10 digs, while Sydney Chase had 13 digs. Natalie Grafton had 10 assists.
 MSHS ended Friday with a 25-19, 25-23 loss to Live Oak. Kenna Biagi had three kills, and three aces for the Lady Bears,
Saturday, Mount Shasta defeated Mercy in two sets 25-20, 25-15.  Knight and  Sydney Chase both finished with two kills apiece.  Grafton had three kills for MSHS. 
Mount Shasta ended the tourney with a  25-16, 25-14 win over Live Oak. Cannon and Biagi each finished with three kills apiece for the Lady Bears. Knight had two kills. Biagi also had three aces
This week, the Lady Bears hosted Burney on Tuesday and are at a tournament in Red Bluff Friday, and will be on the road versus Redding Christian on Monday.